Stephen Fearing performs at the Sooke Folk Music Society’s Concert Series on April 27.

Stephen Fearing brings unique style to concert series

Fearing will play Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Sooke on April 27

One of Canada’s finest singer-songwriters is the featured performer at the Sooke Folk Music Society’s Concert Series on April 27 at Holy Trinity Anglican Church.

Stephen Fearing offers a “mesmerizing blend of folk, roots and pop” to his audiences along with a well-honed gift for storytelling.

His national and international career has been earned through countless performances in intimate venues, festivals and concert halls as well as major events like the Reading Festival and the Shrewsbury Festival.

Regardless of the size of the audience, Fearing’s masterful guitar work and engaging performance style combine to present an intimate and moving experience.

Fearing is a founding member of the Canadian super group Blackie and The Rodeo Kings.

Over the course of his career, he has collaborated with Nick Lowe, Shawn Colvin, Richard Thompson, Pam Tillis, Bruce Cockburn, Sarah McLachlan, Tom Wilson, Colin Linden, Margo Timmins, and many more.

Tickets are $22. Doors at 7 p.m. Tickets are available online at www.sookefolkmusicsociety.com and then click on the concert link.



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